Incatema begins to install domestic meters as part of the works to rehabilitate and expand the drinking water system in Jeremie (Haiti)

8 September, 2021

Incatema Consulting & Engineering has begun to install domestic water meters in Jeremie as part of the project to rehabilitate and expand the city’s drinking water system, which will give the population access to clean and salutary water.

“The works in Jeremie, which are also progressing with the installation of the transportation pipes, are proceeding despite the enormous difficulties we have encountered in the aftermath of the earthquake on 14 August, with a magnitude of 7.2 on the Richter scale, followed by tropical storm Laura on 23 August. These extreme meteorological phenomena make the country’s difficult situation even harder, so it is urgent to continue developing the contemplated installations, to prevent the country from worsening its already unfortunate situation of poverty and lack of access to water” points out Incatema Consulting & Engineering’s Director of Infrastructures, Fernando Díaz”.

Incatema has offered the government assistance in rebuilding the country following the earthquake and tropical storm Laura

To help rebuild the country, Incatema has offered Haiti’s authorities assistance to reinstate the damage caused by the earthquake on 14 August and tropical storm Laura, which have resulted in a total death toll of more than 2,200. The project to rehabilitate and expand Jeremie’s drinking water system has a budget of 2.5 million euros funded by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation and by the National Directorate for Drinking Water and the Water Supply of Haiti (DINEPA).